BSAE: How to determine version

To determine the installed version of Business Automation Service Essentials (BSAE) or Service Automation Reporter (SAR)

1. cd /etc/opt/opsware/omdb

2. cat omdb.info

The process changes from major version to major version.

For SAR 7.x you look at the "omdb_core.build" value.

· 7.5 = omdb_core.build=opsware_34.c.2868.0

· 7.8 = omdb_core.build=opsware_34.c.20090505.0

For SAR 7.8.1 patch versions should match the following value.

· md5 /opt/opsware/omdb/deploy/cmdb-data-model.jar

· MD5 (cmdb-data-model.jar) = c07c017da7ac8a839bdb66306d057366

· md5 /opt/opsware/omdb/deploy/cmdb-data-model.sar

· MD5 (cmdb-data-model.sar) = 3229f5fb09bc3f622e61999c55936436

For BSAE 2.x you look at the "version" value.

· 2.0 = version=34f*

· 2.0.1 = version=34g.0.0.14

The file containing the updated version information changed in 9.10. The old references were updated for 9.10, but not for 9.11.

For BSAE follow this procedure:

1. cd /opt/HP/BSAE

2. cat BSAEssentials-version

For BSAE 9.x you look at the "BSAE_PRODUCT_VERSION_NUMBER" value.

· 9.10 = 9.1.0.x

· 9.11 = 9.11x

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